Department of Anthropology, University of Vienna

Althanstraße 14
1090 Vienna
AUSTRIA

eMail: martin.fieder@univie.ac.at
Phone: 0043-1-4277-54745
Fax: 0043-1-4277-9547

Martin Fieder, Assoc. Prof. (Priv. Doz.) Mag. Dr.


Short Curriculum Vitae


Current and Previous Positions


1991-1992 Employee at the Department of Zoology of the University of Vienna

1992-1995 Grant financed research work at the Department of Zoology of the University of Vienna

1995-1997 Employed on the FWF financed Research Project “Towards Pigeons Categorization”.

1996-1998 Employed on the Project “Quality of Movement in Courtship behaviour” funded by the Austrian National Bank

1997-1999 Employed in the Logistic Centre of the University of Vienna as representative of the Faculty of Sciences, during the restructuring process of the University of Vienna

2000-2003 Assistant of the Rector’s team at the University of Vienna

2004-2011 Staff of the Rector’s office of the University of Vienna with the focus on strategic planning, quality assurance, contract management and organizational change and benchmarking

2004-2006 Head of the office of the Rectorate/University of Vienna

Since October 2009 half time senior faculty at the Department of Anthropology and strategic consultant of the faculty of life sciences and advisor of the University of Zagreb during ongoing university reforms in Croatia

January 2012 Habilitation in Anthropology at the University of Vienna

Since June 2013 half time Tenure Trek position at the Department of Anthropology

Education


1985-1995 Study of Biology (Behavioural Biology) at the University of Vienna
1989-1996 Study of Informatics at the Technical University of Vienna
1995 Graduation; Master Thesis on “Steroids and Song Learning in the Chaffinch”
1995-1997 Doctorate-Study at the University of Vienna
1998 Promotion to Dr. rer. nat. at the University of Vienna; Thesis on “Quality of Movement in Courtship Behaviour”.

Current Research Interests


- Evolutionary demography

- Organizational behaviour and change management

- Bioinformatics and Statistical Genetics

- Research and higher education management

- Human cooperation

- Early life factors on reproduction and development

- Reviewing: Biology Letters, American Journal of Human Biology, Evolution and Human Behavior,Population Studies, a Journal of Demography, Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology